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... incredible. Pammukale comprised of hundreds of thermal pools in the mountains, similar to Antarctica really (Well..what I imagine Antartica to be like...minus the 33 degree temperatures). The pools are formed by deposits of calcium and travertine, and natural mineral springs that bubble up warm and milky and flow over the white ground. The chemical and geological reactions that occur (which my poor science-challenged brain doesn’t fully understand, ...
... there was no room available. Great! So we catnapped in the lobby until the staff could find us a room by which time it was 8am so we had a shower and went to breakfast. Didnt bother going to bed and yesterday afternoon we went on a four hour bus tour of the city. Impressions? Ostentatious and big. Skyscrapers everywhere, each one bigger than the last. The biggest, tallest,most ...
... day when it was running. So after exploring the place a bit, we went and got in line to board the steamy. The boys were super excited but the whole thing was a bit of an anticlimax. It just went a few hundred meters forward. Stopped. And then came to back to where we had boarded. And I was like, is that it? Oh well.
Anyway, we had seen all the museum had to offer and it was getting really hot. For some reason the nice cool weather ...
... there were windows where women were on exposition...wearing only little bikini bottoms and less than mini tops. The woman were quite spectacular in that they were all very fit, curvy (huge boobs!) and tanned..no flaws in sight. Quite impressive.
On this trip I booked a room in a girl's apartment which is a little outside of Amsterdam, and although it all went well..close to town, clean room and cool views, I am not sure I would ...
... kemençe, zurna wind instrument, the ney, and the double-headed davul drum.
· Turkish folk music is based chiefly on lyrics (about 95% of all folk music has lyrics).
· In Turkey folk dance is invariably accompanied by musical instruments. (Please refer to the music section) In some regions, women perform folk dances to the accompaniment of folk songs.